Nagourney, Kennard, Dotan, and Winograd talk campaign politics post-Super Tuesday in latest Road to White House installment

In collaboration with USC's Bedrosian Center on Governance and the Public Enterprise and the Unruh Institute of Politics, CCLP hosted the most recent installment of the weekly Road to the White House speaker series yesterday. This week's topic was "Politics, Media, and the Presidential Primaries after Super Tuesday." The panel that led this discussion was moderated by CCLP senior fellow and former White House Senior Policy Advisor, Morley Winograd. He was joined by Tom Dotan, editor-at-large for Neon Tommy; Los Angeles Bureau Chief and former Chief National Political Correspondent for the New York Times Adam Nagourney; and finally by…

Road to the White House: Arab Spring and Foreign Policy

With the 2012 presidential election season tumultuously underway, the USC Annenberg School's Center on Communication Leadership and Policy (CCLP) in coordination with the USC's Bedrosian Center and the USC Unruh Institute of Politics continues their successful Road to the White House forum promoting political discourse between leading academics and the community to help inform and shape political policies. The first CCLP-hosted forum of the new semester kicked off on Wednesday January 25, 2012, to a successful reception spotlighting U.S foreign policy relations in the Middle East and North Africa and the effect of new media technologies shaping political discourse…

Narda Zacchino and Robert Scheer explore tech, jobs, and money in California and Texas

In light of the possibility of Rick Perry nominated as the GOP candidate in the upcoming presidential election, the latest Road to the White House 2012: Politics, Media & Technology discussed the continual virtual battle between Texas and California. CCLP senior fellow Narda Zacchino and Annenberg professor Robert Scheer came to disassemble the myths surrounding Texas being the new California. Zacchino puts into context some of the claims that Perry has made about Texas. While it is true that Texas has been phenomenal at creating new jobs, they have the highest amount of minimum wage jobs in the country….